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Fidel Castros Strategic Narrative of the Cuban Revolution A.J. Wolfman

Fidel Castros Strategic Narrative of the Cuban Revolution

A.J. Wolfman

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Without truly understanding him, Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (b. 1926) represents yet another political leader with agendas and ideologies that are disproportionate to the priorities of his nation. However, Fidel Castro is much more than the ordinaryMoreWithout truly understanding him, Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz (b. 1926) represents yet another political leader with agendas and ideologies that are disproportionate to the priorities of his nation. However, Fidel Castro is much more than the ordinary political leader—he is the product of his own creation, elevated into his position of authority based upon the power and persuasion of his own compelling narrative. Told in narrative essay form, this short biography explains the life of Fidel Castro starting from the time when he was young enough to bully his friends into submission and persuade his teachers that he would one day rule the world, Castro was writing his own personal narrative that would soon literally come into fruition. This essay takes a close look into the early years of Fidel Castro to define what prompted his persuasive and obsessive nature, followed by an examination of how his nature blossomed into a man who crafted the narrative powerful enough to spawn the Cuban Revolution and place himself into the seat of power.FIDEL CASTROS STRATEGIC NARRATIVE OF THE CUBAN REVOLUTION is an essay of 4,000 words that deconstructs the man behind the Revolution in a short biography to identify his inner ideologies and illusions crafted in his early years, famous quotes, and the beginning of Fidel Castros fall.